By Cody Lee on Feb 14, 2013
Infinity Blade is arguably one of the most popular gaming franchises on iOS (aside from Angry Birds and maybe Real Racing). First released in 2010 by Chair Entertainment and Epic Games, the action role player pulled in some $1.6 million in its first four days.
The game was popular enough to spawn at least one sequel, Infinity Blade 2, and possibly a third. Still don’t get what all of the hype is about? Well now’s your chance to investigate, because the title that started it all was just discounted to $0 for a limited time… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 23, 2012
We’re in the middle of an election year here in the US, and come November, we will have a new President. But until then, we will be forced to endure countless hours of debates, political TV ads and who knows what else.
Luckily, the folks over at Chair — the team behind the popular Infinity Blade franchise — just released a game to help us cope with all of the stress of the election. It’s called VOTE!!!, and it’s actually pretty fun… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jun 27, 2012
According to Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, the iOS-exclusive Infinity Blade series is his company’s most profitable game ever. And for the sake of meme completeness, Infinity Blade is more profitable than Epic Games’ Gears of War, a lucrative military sci-fi shooter franchise for the Xbox and Windows platforms. Which is saying a lot considering Gears of War cost $10 million to develop… Read More